POLL Girls Track and Field Performer of the Week

Congratulations to Meagan Humphries of Castaic (SS), last week's top vote-getter for MileSplit Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Week.

Meagan, a junior, won four events at the CIF-Southern Section Division Championships at Moorpark HS. She won Division 3 titles in the 200m (23.85/1.8), high jump (5-8), long jump (20-00.25/-1.3), and triple jump (39-10.75/1.2). Her marks in the 200m and long jump are both PRs and rank CA No. 4.

Meagan received 40 percent of the vote in a statewide pole, Payton Godsey, a junior at Oaks Christian (SS), received 20 percent, and Katie Kopec, a senior at Whitney (SJ), received 14 percent of the votes.

Congratulations to all athletes whose performances warrant consideration in this weekly poll. And thanks to everyone who voted to support these amazing athletes.

This week, we have eight more outstanding performances by girls representing CIF post-season Championship Week meets from around the state.

Check out the resumes below and then make sure to vote in the FanPower module at the bottom of the page. That is where you decide the top girls track and field athlete of the week.

This week's poll is open until Saturday at 6 p.m.


This week's candidates

(listed alphabetically by last name)

Nailea Fields (Caruthers/CS) - Nailea, a senior and defending State Meet champion in the discus throw, won that event at the Central Section Masters with a state-leading 167-8 PR, her first 160-plus throw of the seasons and first since the Central Section D-4 Finals last May.

Keilee Hall (Christian Brothers/SJ) - Keilee, a senior, took over the state lead in the 300m hurdles with a 42.02 PR at the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters. She also PR'd in the 100m hurdles, running 14.00 (2.5) for fourth in the finals.

Y'Vette Harris (Lincoln-Stockton/SJ) - Y'Vette, a senior, improved her 100m hurdles state-leading time of 13.53 (2.8) at the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Prelims. She won the title the next day running 13.63. She placed second in the 300m hurdles finals at 42.74, the second-fastest time of the season and third-fastest of her career. 

Meagan Humphries (Castaic/SS) - Meagan, a junior, won the high jump (5-7) and had State Meet qualifying marks in three other events at Southern Section Masters. Humphries ran a PR 23.55 (3.9) for fourth in the 200m, went 19-03.75 (-0.8) in the long jump, and 38-07.75 (nwi) in the triple jump.

Aja Johnson (Notre Dame-Sherman Oaks/SS) - Aja, a sophomore, took over the state lead in the shot put with a PR mark of 46-10 at Southern Section Masters, an improvement of 2 feet, 6.50 inches. She also placed third in the discus throw at 143-10 a week after hitting her PR in that event. 

Aujane Luckey (Wilson-Long Beach/SS) - Aujane, a senior, ran a state-leading 52.71 PR at Southern Section Masters. She also helped the 4x400m relay team to a CA No. 2 time of 3:43.19. 

Ellie McCuskey-Hay (St. Ignatius/CC) - Ellie, a freshman, won three individual titles and as apart of a relay title at the Central Coast Section Finals. Already the CA class leader in the 100m, McCuskey-Hay went 11.92 (0.0) in that event, 24.76 (-1.9)  to win the 200m, had a PR of 18-09.50 (0.0)  to win the long jump, and helped the 4x100m relay to a 48.18 time for the CCS title.

Joelle Trepagnier (Culver City/SS) - Joelle, a sophomore, ran a CA No. 2 time of 53.46 in the 400m, a CA No. 3 time of 23.55 (3.9) in the 200m, and helped the 4x400m relay team to a state-leading 3:41.40 at Southern Section Masters.